Artificial Insemination Treatment
Artificial insemination is a technique that helps in treating some fertility issues in both men and women. This is the procedure involving the insertion of sperms directly into a woman’s uterus, cervix, or fallopian tubes. This procedure is often used for unexplained infertility.
What do you mean by Artificial Insemination?
Artificial insemination is a method to treat infertility by inserting seamen directly inside the womb. Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is the most common technique of artificial insemination.
Artificial insemination is a fertility treatment that involves delivering sperm directly to the uterus or cervix in the hope of making pregnant. Even, sperms are washed up or get prepared to increase the chances of making pregnant.
There are two approaches of artificial insemination:
What is the Artificial Insemination process?
For conceiving, a male’s sperm is required to travel up the vagina via the cervix into the uterus and then to the fallopian tube where an egg gets fertilized. At times, a male’s sperm may not be mobile enough to complete this trip. In another instance, a woman’s cervix won’t be favorable to allow the sperm to travel up to the uterus. In such circumstances, artificial insemination can help in getting pregnant.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine insemination is a common procedure to put sperm directly into the uterus that helps in bringing healthy sperm closer to the egg. IUI works by putting the sperm cells directly into the uterus around the time of ovulation. This procedure expedites the travel of the sperm closer to the egg and makes the fertilization easier.
Intracervical insemination (ICI)
Intracervical insemination is a type of artificial insemination that involves the process of inserting sperm into the cervix. The sperm is directly placed into the cervix by a needless syringe. Here, the sperm doesn’t require to be washed up. However, it can be pre-washed to increase the possibility of pregnancy.
Is there any side effects?
When the Artificial Insemination process is performed, some women may feel cramping or light bleeding after the procedure. Others sometimes don’t experience any residual effects at all.
When the procedure is done in a sterile fashion, the possible infection is minimal. However, there is a pelvic infection or inflammation in the aftermath of the procedure. Performing artificial insemination and taking fertility medications simultaneously would increase the chance of conceiving multiple children like twins or triplets. The success of these procedures depends on:
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